Students will learn to further develop their problem-solving space planning and design process skills for both residential and commercial interiors. Course content to include bubble diagrams, matrices, conceptual/schematic space planning and furniture space placement. A basic knowledge of barrier-free building codes is required. Studio format with both timed and un-timed space planning exercises will be utilized.
No corequisites or prerequisites
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
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